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Discord is the go-to communication platform for all gamers nowadays. Creating public and private servers is very simple with Discord, and you can quickly connect with friends and teammates in a matter of a few clicks. Not only does it enable players to communicate with friends throughout the world while playing games online, but Discord also makes hopping around video chat, text, and voice easier. Recently, numerous users are reporting that they cannot use the Push to Talk feature on Discord. If you are suffering the same issue, then follow this article.

Run as Administrator

To run as administrator, pursue these on-screen instructions provided below:

  1. Remember that you have correctly shut the Discord.
  2. Then check the System tray to verify the application is not performing.
  3. You should select the shortcut of Discord and right-click on it through the desktop.
  4. After that, select the option of ‘Run as Administrator .’ After getting a UAC pop-up, hit the Yes button.
  5. After running the application, attempt using the Push to Talk function in Discord to check whether the feature not in-game issue is fixed.

Look at the Keybinding and Reset Discord Settings

To look at the keybinding and reset the Discord settings, pursue these on-screen instructions provided below:

  1. At first, open the Discord app and select the Settings option.
  2. You should launch the tab of Keybinds through the left panel.
  3. Then move via the Keybind and ensure that you are not utilizing the exact button for ‘Push to Mute’ and ‘Push to Talk.’
  4. To delete any keybind, move the cursor on the action, then hit the red ‘X’ button.
  5. Later, launch the tab of ‘Voice and Video’ through the left panel.
  6. You should move down to the lower page and hit the ‘Reset Voice Settings’ option.
  7. Now, click on the OK button to verify the action once pop-up by Discord.

Boot in the Safe Mode

To boot in the safe mode, pursue these on-screen instructions provided below:

  1. To invoke the Run accessory, hold the Win and R keys simultaneously over the keyboard.
  2. After that, insert ‘msconfig.msc’ in it and hit the Enter key to launch the System Configuration.
  3. You should launch the tab of Service and tick the ‘Hide All Microsoft Services’ checkbox.
  4. Once you have done, hit the button of Disable All.
  5. Then launch the tab of Startup and select the ‘Open Task Manager’ option.
  6. In the Task Manager screen, turn off every Startup enabled application.
  7. Get a return to the ‘System Configuration’ screen and hit the Apply then OK buttons.
  8. Finally, select the ‘Restart Now’ option and wait for the system to begin in the Safe Boot mode.

Uninstall third-party Audio Program

To uninstall a third-party audio program, pursue these on-screen instructions provided below:

  1. To invoke the Run accessory, hold the Win and R keys simultaneously over the keyboard.
  2. Thereafter, input ‘control’ into it and press the Enter button to invoke the Control Panel.
  3. You should reach the Programs option and select the ‘Programs and Features’ section.
  4. Then move via the applications and pick the most currently installed application. In case you have installed third-party audio or VoIP program, select that instead.
  5. Later, hit the Uninstall button, then verify the action by selecting the Yes button.
  6. Now, wait for the application to uninstall and reboot the system.

Source  :- https://sofiejohn.blogspot.com/2021/09/discord-push-to-talk-not-working-in.html


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